Nate Lentz
February 3, 2011

Start-Up America – Will Execution Match the Vision? Let’s hope so.

So – The Obama administration has come to the conclusion – backed by credible, recent economic research, that job creation is not driven by small businesses but instead by new businesses.  The research proves that many small businesses remain small, but new businesses are often funded for growth and if successful can evolve to be […]

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Nate Lentz
January 28, 2011

I Like شبكة راصد Egyptians Want Their mTV

I became a fan of شبكة راصد   two days ago.  It means Network Monitor in Arabic and it provides news feeds, pictures, and video of the events in Egypt.  Of course, it is all in Arabic, so Google translations is critical.  I am intrigued and interested in what is happening in Egypt for a number […]

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Nate Lentz
January 27, 2011

Domain May be the Most Critical Success Driver in Enterprise Application Software Entrepreneurs

It seems to make sense.   Invest in people who know something about the industry or market segment they are building a business to address.  Prefer people who have a deep understanding of customer need and who understand the value of solving the customer problem.  Surround the domain expert entrepreneur with a team of people who […]

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Nate Lentz
January 18, 2011

IT Spending

It looks like we will be seeing good year for IT spending, building off a good year last year.  While Forrester and Gartner do not agree on the rates of growth or the market size, they each have pretty bullish outlooks. Just this week, Gartner projected Global 2011 IT spending to reach $3.6 Trillion, up […]

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Nate Lentz
January 7, 2011

Enterprise Technology and the Jobless Recovery

Many people look at the current economic indicators and shake their heads.   Unemployment just under 10%, consumer debt issues lingering, over 3 million additional home foreclosures expected in the next 12 to 18 months, yet the Dow is close to or above where it was when the financial crisis hit in the third quarter of […]

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